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Bodoland varsity week kicks off

A six day varsity week of Bodoland University, which has kicked off from Thursday in the presence of student, departmental heads and officials at university complex in Kokrajhar. Prof.  Hemanta Kumar Baruah, Vice-Chancellore of Bodoland University inaugurated the annual varsity week. BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary graced the week as chief guest on the inaugural session.

Borgoyary, in his speech said that the university is  a centre of excellency while creating educational environment among society in the region.He said that Bodoland University is the only university to give higher studies in the Lower Assam region and has been providing good educations among students since its inception.

‘BTC administration was working to the uplift of education and human resource development in the region through the spirits of Bodo Accord that has accorded to setting up university.The central institute of technology (CIT) has declared as Deemed University during recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kokrajhar and students are getting best arena of higher studies in the region’, Borgoyary said. He has urged the students to be dedicated while taking higher studies and make region a healthy and integrated.

Various sports, cultural, literary, Marathon race competitions and social awareness rally would also be organised during the varsity week celebration.

Assam Education Minister Sarat Borkotoky would grace as chief guest on the concluding of the week on February 9.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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